Labour deputy leader Tom Watson has criticised Theresa May, accusing her of running a ‘weak and unstable’ election campaign.
‘During this election Theresa May has tried to convince us she’s strong and stable. But it seems to me her campaign is weak and unstable’.
‘The more people look at the policies Theresa May is standing on, the less they like it’.
Mr. Watson also said that voters were being put off by the Prime Minister’s proposed changes to social care, such as the plan to means-test the winter fuel allowance.
‘I’ve visited 47 seats since the Tory manifesto was launched, and in every one of them I’ve met older people who are very worried about the Tories’ proposals’.
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